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Arriving by public bus: #48/61/106/970/NR8( Bus stop number 11419- Holland Village Station) Arriving by Train: Holland Village MRT Station Exit A Nearest Carpark: Warna Road Off Street - W0055 continue reading
Introduction
nydc is a casual western dining restaurant in the big city where people from all walks of life gather to live the moment, share a dream and savor little things. The well-loved restaurant has thrilled diners with delectable desserts and western fare. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 23:00
Other Info
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.nydc.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
The Meatball That Ate Manhattan The Prawn Who Got Creamed
Review (14)
Level3 2014-03-05
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Whenever I chance upon a NYDC, I’d get reminded of an old classmate who really loved dining there that she’d always order the same baked rice, same pizza and same mudpie every time. This was more than 10 years ago when there was a NYDC outlet at Suntec City so it became one of our favourite after-class lunch hangout places.Though I no longer have cravings for the same food, I do like to indulge in a mudpie once in a while.Double chocolate chip and mocha almond fudge ice cream with cookie chunks, nestled on an Oreo cookie base with chocolate fudge and whipped cream. Sounds and looks inviting, isn’t it? I always have a soft spot for mudpies because I like the firm and dense texture of the ice cream as compared to a soft serve that melts easily. When this mudpie is first served to the table, it looks frosty on the side because it came out straight from the freezer. It takes a lot of effort to cut through with a fork as it’s really hard so I just have to eat bit by bit. I love the Oreo crunch that gives a light chocolatey flavour. The two ice creams may blend with each other but it’s the double chocolate chip one that wins in taste and flavour.A luscious carrot cake with walnuts and cream cheese frosting. I love the generous helping of walnuts inside as well as on top of the cake though I’m not a big fan of them as walnuts tend to be quite dry but do have a rich, nutty taste to them. The cake itself is pretty light and the cream cheese frosting was just right too. It’d be nice to have thicker layers of cream cheese as the cake is a little dry.For full review and pictures, please go to http://www.springtomorrow.com/2014/01/16/nydc-new-york-dessert-cafe-holland-village/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-31
23 views
Chose to have dessert at NYDC as one of my colleague was craving for some good mud pie. Their creativity in naming their dessert is really cool. I chose to have, Bring me to the Dark side as I am a super chocolate fan. This is an ultimate Chocolate indulgence with marshmallows and almond flakes in between three different layers of Chocolate ice cream filled with chocolate chip cookie dough and fudge chunks.It's super rich and very shiok that I feel that paying $11.90 for it was so worth it as good quality dessert makes me happyOverall thumbs up!On top of that, the restaurant is decorated really nicely and cosy. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-20
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For a while, I couldn’t make up my mind which to choose. So we went for the mudpie extravaganza ($11.80), which was a combination of cookie monster, jedi mudster and grandma goes nuts.A sinful concoction of double chocolate chip, mocha almond fudge and macadamia nut ice cream with cookie chunks sitting on a crisp oreo cookie base. Complete with chocolate fudge and whipped cream, every mouthful was a sheer delight. The velvety ice cream was studded with peanuts, almonds and marshmallows which added flavor and texture. Extremely satisfying for my sweet tooth, but its size no longer wowed me. It’d shrunk considerably.The goldmine cheesecake ($7.20) was essentially ally’s new york cheesecake with chocolate chunks, slathered with chocolate fudge topping on an oreo cookie base. Rich creamy cheese with an equally rich chocolate to go along with. A goldmine indeed!We spent a couple of hours getting high on sugar. The mudpie would’ve to last quite a while since it’s not wise to repeat this indulgence often.Service was polite and efficient. Our cups were never left empty for too long. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-27
12 views
For pictures, please check out http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.com/2011/11/nydc-holland-village.htmlWe ordered:1) Pick Me Up ($7.20) - not as moist or as fluffy as we'd like, the liberal dusting of cocoa powder, the lack of "soaking" of the lady's fingers, and the shortfall of mascarpone made this disappointingly dry2) That Boney Cake ($9.80) - indulgent and yummylicious. A huge slice of rich chocolatey Elmer Fudge cake was served warm with creamy macadamia nut ice-cream and an additional scoop ($3) of double chocolate chip ice-cream. MUST-TRY here.3) Brooklyn Wings ($8.80)- deep fried drumlets and wings brushed with a paprika-spiked orange cajun dip. This was nice, chicken was well-marinated and juicy and the dip was delectably piquant, peppery and sweet continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-22
18 views
was eating too much meat the past few days, decided to go easy on the next couple of meal. i was still thinking wad i can eat when i come to NYDC with friends! the offer some kind of salad of different kinds of cuisine. The salad consists of Mixed Greens, orange, Tomato, blueberry, strawberry, purple cabbage, Mint, Thai Lemongrass Dressing. The dressing could be slightly spicy for some people. continue reading
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